problems faced by runners.If you're a Runner's World UK magazine subscriber, you can see all 10 right here. Otherwise, enjoy these five as a preview - and if you want to subscribe, you can save 30% right here.Scenario 1The alarm sounds for your early
fitness and build on it. Whether you want to work on your motivation, speed, strength or endurance, we’ve got a plan for you.SUMMER ACHIEVEMENT: Became a runnerAUTUMN GOAL: Stay motivatedThis summer, you became a runner (maybe again). Congrats. Now
The popular image of professional triathletes may be of young, hyper-fit, intensely focused super-beings who spend the winter training in a sun-drenched paradise at the expense of a sponsor with bottomless pockets.The mundane but oddly reassuring reality is that many of the count...
they need to function properly," says Edwards. "Deep, long breaths activate the parasympathetic nervous system, slowing down your heart rate and reducing anxiety." My last race was a shocker – and now I've lost my motivation What's happening That brick
Clubs regularly attend races as a teamThe days when running clubs were the sole preserve of ultra-competitive elite racers hell-bent on crushing the opposition at all costs and putting in more hours than Geb or Paula are thankfully long-gone. With hundreds of clubs catering fo...
In triathlon men and women race side by side. This wise policy engenders a sense of camaraderie that is one of the most appealing aspects of our sport. But there are certain physical attributes and psychological traits specific to each sex that should not be ignored. We asked And...
When you first take up running, what gets you out the door is sheer enjoyment. It's this that motivates you to complete your first race (and fans the desire to target your second and third...) and gives you the immense satisfaction of putting a hard
You know it all too well: that awful moment when overworked lungs and leaden lower limbs combine to create an overbearing desire to S-L-O-W D-O-W-N. When the burden of placing one foot in front of the other grows intensely with every limping stride and you reach the end of your ...
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